Antec has added a couple members to its family of Kühler H2O, er, coolers. Say hello to the H600 Pro and H1200 Pro closed-loop liquid coolers.
The Kühler H2O H1200 Pro is a 240-mm radiator whose overall dimensions are 10.8" by 4.7" by 1.1" (or 275 by 120 by 27 mm). The smaller H600 is half as wide as its bigger cousin but otherwise equally proportioned. Both radiators have 0.2-mm fin spacings, and the the included 120-mm fans (one on the H600, two on the H1200) can spin at up to 2,400 RPM.
Antec claims that both the fans and the radiator pump are built with an emphasis on quiet operation and durability. The pump has a winding-type, three-phase motor, and it's powered by a SATA power connector.
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